Archives for October 30, 2014

Faculty and students honored by ASEM

Four S&T undergraduate students from the Engineering Management and Systems Engineering department won the case study competition at the Annual American Society for Engineering Management (ASEM) Conference in Virginia Beach, Virginia, held from October 14-18.  Their work was titled “Google in 2014”.  The team members include Delaney Sexton, from Independence, Missouri and McKenzie Scott, from […]

Medieval Philosophy

The ALP Department is proud to announce that a purely on-line class in Medieval Philosophy will be offered next term.  Seating is limited to 10 students.  The course number is 73300, PHILOS 3205-1A, History of Philosophy II.

Army/National Guard Officer Opportunity

Have you ever wanted to be an Army officer but don’t want to go Active Duty?  You DONT have to.  You can join Army ROTC, get a FULL-TUITION scholarship and commission as an Army National Guard or Army Reserve officer upon graduation.  You can have your regular job WHEREVER you want and just do the […]

MAE Graduate Seminar Series

The MAE Graduate Seminar series presents NASA and Small Satellite Missions, a talk by Dr. Elwood Agasid, Chief Technologist in the Mission Design Division at NASA Ames Research Center at Moffett Field, California.  The seminar will be located in 199 Toomey Hall on October 30 at 3:30 PM. For more information contact Kimber Crull at […]

SPAR Lab Inauguration

The SPAR (System and Process Assessment Research) Laboratory will be inaugurated October 31 at 1 PM.  Interested parties should meet in the Atrium of the Bulter-Carlton Civil Engineering Hall at 1pm for a tour and ribbon cutting ceremony. Faculty and students are invited and light refreshments will be served. The SPAR Lab results from extensive […]

Pool and Table Tennis tournament

MSA will be hosting a Pool and Table Tennis tournament at ICRM. The event will be held October 31 and November 1 at 9 PM. There will be prizes for the winners. Please register for the event from the link below. Registration is free. First 50 people will get the opportunity to compete in the […]

54th Annual Chicken Benefit Dinner

Stop by the Lambda Chi house November 2 for their 54th annual Chicken Benefit Dinner. Just $6 for a full meal with fried chicken, grilled chicken, mashed potatoes, green beans, and dessert. All proceeds will benefit local Rolla charities, “Choices for People Center” and “The Gingerbread House”. Tickets will be sold at the door. Hope […]

Calc I Study Session

Panhel and IFC are hosting a Calc I review in preparation for the upcoming test.  This will take place November 3 at 7 PM in Toomey 249.  A LEAD tutor will be available to go over old test problems and answer any questions.  If you have any questions feel free to email Anna Mattione at […]

Public feedback sessions

The Missouri University of Science and Technology screening committee for the Associate Dean of Research and External Relations for the College of Arts, Sciences, and Business will hold four public feedback sessions from November 4 – 7 on the Missouri S&T campus. These public meetings will allow Missouri S&T faculty, staff and students, along with […]

Future Space Vehicles

Advanced Materials for Future Space Vehicles – Space Week Speaker Series. Space Week is November 3-7. 8 PM on November 4 in McNutt 211, Dr. Fahrenholtz will be speaking about advanced materials for future space vehicles as part of the Space Week Speaker series. If you have any questions please contact Elizabeth Robinson earf48@mst.edu.